Boundary spanners and self-monitoring: An extended view.

@inproceedings{Dubinsky1985BoundarySA,
  title={Boundary spanners and self-monitoring: An extended view.},
  author={Alan J. Dubinsky and Steven W. Hartley and Francis J. Yammarino},
  year={1985}
}
Boundary spanners have a unique organizational role which includes receiving and transmitting information across organization-environment interfaces. As a result, the self-monitoring (ability to perceive social cues and adjust behaviors to fit the situation) of boundary spanners may affect their performance and role perceptions. Data from a two-sample investigation of boundary spanners suggest that self-monitoring is not related to objective indicators of performance or role conflict but is… CONTINUE READING